Although the majority of inspiration for my writing comes from the historical fiction genre, I do also write westerns with a slant to historical events, some children's work and I've written one YA story.
My published books include Summer Rain, Rich Fabric (contributing author), A Dolphin For One and Rebellion in the Valley; keep your eyes peeled for the last two stories in the the Valley trilogy: Anticipation in the Valley and Renewal in the Valley, both due for release in 2014!
Rebellion in the Valley is a western with a hint of historical facts based on events occurring in the Wet Mountain Valley of Colorado in the 1870s.
Check my blog at [robynleatherman dot com] for all upcoming news relating to my progress with the Valley trilogy - as well as occasional giveaways and contests!
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I study and speak my native tongue of Tsalagi (Cherokee), enjoy beading & custom jewelry making on my downtime as well as creating one of a kind, original Barbie dollhouses and miniature dollhouses.
Feel free to email me if you are interested in my crafting work, if you would like to ask about my writing or schedule an interview.
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Where to find Robyn Leatherman online
Where to buy in print
Rebellion in the Valley
Set in the 1870s in the Wet Mountain Valley of CO, this takes readers into the lives of the Johnson family and the beloved Red Bone Ranch; meet Hailee and her father, Bruce as they meet the challenges facing ranchers. Come to adore Richard, their cook and friend. Tobias will join in line as a favorite character, but beware of Howard J. Duffman, who yearns to be much more than just a hired hand!
A Dolphin For One
(4.00 from 1 review)
A life is turned completely upside down when young Kaileigh is left an orphan. Through the trials that come with foster care, being a teen, and yes, love, she finds out that life isn't so bad after all.
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Smashwords book reviews by Robyn Leatherman
on May 27, 2013
I enjoyed this story! Chapter 1 began with Megan, a young sclava (slave) girl being beaten and her friend, Ryann, hiding so she wouldn't receive the same treatment. Ryann is saving her silver coins up in order to buy her own freedom from this life - if all goes right, maybe another year and she'll be gone. The plot was very easy to follow, & I could easily place myself in the castle, could visualize the story as I read along. Chapter 3 brought me to tears as Ryann and I lost a dear friend together. It's just a story until you realize that these things have probably happened in history, and then it becomes more personal. I understand this is the first in a series: can't wait to read more!